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Old 08-20-2007, 03:14 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Kindly let me know how to check the radiator fan working as I noticed that even temprature gage needle at half point my fan dose not start.

Secondly I need to know which computer Protocol it has to read the DTC code my ODB conector has four wires only one at pin7 and one at pin4 one at pin 5 and one at pin 16. I ordered for allinone OBD tool recently and hope it will conector. The launch x341 do conect but dose not read dtc code only give the raw data.

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Old 08-21-2007, 02:29 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I got the temprature sensor replaced now my radiator fan is working fine the temprature sensor was faulty but still am having check engine light any one know how to read the flashing codes and how to make check engine light flash.

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Your fan should not come on until the sensor reaches 96 degrees C or so. The fan is more of an emergency cooling device that should never come on unless idling or driving in slow city traffic. It is normal for an electric fan to not come on until the temp gauge is well above the half way mark.

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Your fan should not come on until the sensor reaches 96 degrees C or so. The fan is more of an emergency cooling device that should never come on unless idling or driving in slow city traffic. It is normal for an electric fan to not come on until the temp gauge is well above the half way mark.

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@ shadownseiko: Sir, what's the normal operating temperature of the multicabs? I have a scrum 660cc, 12V, 5-speed tranny & a single array tube but wide radiator. My analog temperature indicator reaches halfway or 50% (always) even if I only travel @ about 3Km.

But i'm glad my car survived the 220+Km travel from Cebu North (Medellin) to Cebu South(Badian to Kawasan Falls) with my fellow engrs & family. The cars temperature reaches 80-90% of the temp meter on uphills and back to middle @ downhill to plain with average run of 70-80Km/hr (A/C Off).
I'm afraid this temp will rise without my attention and observed, my friends suki van's temp. is only reading 25% of the meter throughout the trip with his 2-tube radiator.
Is replacing a single tube radiator to a 2-tube radiator solve the problem?
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Lot of surplus directed the fan of our radiator which is not good,im trying to set up the original setting of my fan sir bt i need ur help on this.
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fida,
I came across this yesterday while buying a connector.
Protocol, would depend on several things, location being one.

- OBD2 Connector Pinout:

- PIN 1 - Manufacturers discretion
- PIN 2 - SAE J1850 Line (Bus +) *
- PIN 3 - Manufacturers discretion
- PIN 4 - Chassis Ground
- PIN 5 - Signal Ground
- PIN 6 - SAE J2284 (CAN High) *
- PIN 7 - K Line of ISO 9141-2 & ISO/DIS 4230-4*
- PIN 8 - Manufacturers discretion
- PIN 9 - Manufacturers discretion
- PIN 10 - SAE J1850 Line (Bus -) *
- PIN 11 - Manufacturers discretion
- PIN 12 - Manufacturers discretion
- PIN 13 - Manufacturers discretion
- PIN 14 - SAE J2284 (CAN Low) *
- PIN 15 - L Line of ISO 9141-2 & ISO/DIS 4230-4*
- PIN 16 - Unswitched Vehicle Battery Positive

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My fan would only turn on at idle up to slow moving traffic.. for speeds 50kph and up, I don't notice the fan to come on..

It would also turn on ONLY when the temp gauge reaches about 3/4, then it turns on and it gets back to 1/2 and afterwards, the fan turns itself off.

The 3/4 temp is a bit scary at times especially if it stays there a bit longer (like a slow moving traffic, there is slow air but not enough) but I am getting the hang of it.

@shadownseiko: What do you think of this?

Disclaimer: mine is an F6A 660 van rear engine
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